The Renaissance House by Robert W. Burns
Approx. 1,980 words.
Published on October 4, 2012 by
Robert Burns lives in an ordinary house in England.
But it’s not an ordinary house. Not at all. On the outside, it seems like any other dwelling, but on the inside, it’s been transformed into an incredible art gallery, a shrine to and celebration of Renaissance art, containing wonderful reproductions of classic works from centuries gone by; portraits, wall frescos, lunettes and friezes alike.